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Division I, Section I
Outlook: George De La Torre knows where the Dobson football program stands in the Division I hierarchy. After a one-win season in 2012 and low program numbers which affect depth, the Mustangs aren’t going to be favored many times on Friday nights this fall. De La Torre doesn’t want to fight the perception of his team but instead wants his players to embrace it.
10. Sahuaro — Hung tough against Sabino and Cienega a season ago. The Cougars return many impact defensive players as well as QB Laramie Brown and WR Cole Sterns on offense.
9. Buena — RB Dominique Drake (1,621 yards, 23 TD) is one of the division’s top returning rushers. The Colts made the playoffs in Division I a year ago and should at least equal that as they move down to Div. II.
8. Apollo — QB Jordan Gungl (2,427 yards, 26 TD, 5 INT) is back but has a new group of wideouts. Hawks offense should be good again and if the defense can step up, season could be special. Nico Bayless (963 rush yards, 16 TD; 50 tackles on defense) will be key on both sides of the ball.
7. Marana Mountain View — Surprised many by beating Cienega twice a year ago, including in the playoffs. Many key pieces back, including standout running back Richie Estrada (1,754 yards, 19 TD).
6. Marcos de Niza — QB Josh Eckley is one of biggest threats in the division, but there are several question marks around him on offense after graduation and transfers gutted the skill positions. Defense should be good, though, and the program always has athletes.
PHOENIX — Despite limited success last time, Gov. Jan Brewer is again building up a war chest to try to influence federal elections in Arizona — and elsewhere.
It was a season few around the Queen Creek program expected but it came to an end with a 6-0 blowout loss to Salpointe Catholic in the Division II boys soccer semifinal on Thursday night.
Scoring chance after scoring chance rolled to Campo Verde's boys' feet, but the conversion part kept bouncing away.
Will the debate ever end?
The early unveiling of this season’s high school boys soccer map isn’t too far removed from most of the past few years’ worth of championship geography.
When the University of Phoenix, the country’s largest university, announced this week it’s closing 115 campuses and satellite locations, it signaled more than a sudden availability of commercial real estate near highway interchanges, where for-profit colleges like to set up shop as a student convenience.
Apollo Group Inc. said Tuesday that its fiscal fourth-quarter net income tumbled 60 percent, hurt by higher costs and declining enrollment at the University of Phoenix. To cope, the for-profit education company plans to close 115 of the university's mostly smaller locations, a move that will affect 13,000 students.
Performing arts 2012-13 season preview
More than 300 Valley Youth Theatre supporters helped raise nearly $120,000 to fund education and outreach programs and six mainstage productions at The Most VYTal Event of the Season, the company’s 14th annual fundraiser.
Washington • A Senate investigation of 30 for-profit college companies, including four based in Arizona, accused the schools of focusing on profits over student services, of wasting taxpayer dollars and posting high dropout rates.
WASHINGTON – A Senate investigation of 30 for-profit college companies, including four based in Arizona, accused the schools of focusing on profits over student services, of wasting taxpayer dollars and posting high dropout rates.
This year’s Gilbert mayoral election pits current mayor John Lewis against former mayor Steve Berman again, in a rematch of the 2009
The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the University of Phoenix/Apollo Group, Inc. to provide two full-ride scholarships to students seeking an undergraduate or master’s degree.
The U.S. Department of Education plans to review two years of paperwork filed by for-profit education company Apollo Group Inc. to ensure it complied with federal student financial aid rules at its University of Phoenix chain.
BURBANK, Calif. — Guided by a thumping bass line from their backing band, the Jackson brothers strut forward to a row of four microphones, thrusting their pelvises along the way, before launching into "Can't Let Her Get Away," a song their superstar sibling released on his "Dangerous" album. If they had afros and matching powder blue suits, it might feel like 1977 again.
The University of Phoenix formally opened its new primary campus in Tempe Thursday, moving offices and classrooms from the Hohokam Towers in the university’s namesake city to the new John Sperling Center for Educational Innovation.
2011-2012 Girls Soccer State Tournaments
The nation's largest for-profit university isn't changing its familiar brand, but it is making its presence felt on a grander scale just outside its namesake city.
With a massive package of tax cuts approved last session, the business community is turning its legislative focus this year on other issues.
Damien Widick grew up at Mesa's Sunshine Acres Children's Home, living in the home from when he was 11 until he joined the Marine Corp. and left for boot camp at 19.
Children at Sunshine Acres Childrens Home in Mesa celebrate a donation by the Apollo Group.
State Senate President Russell Pearce has amassed a war chest of $230,000 for his recall battle against Jerry Lewis, more than three times his rival's funding.